Recent Communication Policy Developments
Broadband is often viewed as a general purpose technology having a wide impact on a large number of industries and on social interaction, resulting in a range of new innovative services which have diffused rapidly across economies. The impact of broadband in the economy is strongly linked to the level of competition in the market because lower prices and better quality increase broadband adoption. Policy makers are therefore reviewing regulatory frameworks ‐ which had reached a certain stability and maturity over the last decade ‐ to ensure that competition prevails.
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Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: August 1, 2009